WELCOME

Welcome to Tangara Old Girls Society.

Tangara now has more than 800 graduates scattered across the world. Tangara Old Girls Society (TOGS) aims to facilitate opportunities for Old Girls to maintain, develop and strengthen friendships with each other and build new ones through networking events.

The Society supports annual class reunions; encourages professional and educational networking; community service and sporting initiatives, and TOGS mothers with children. Regardless of one’s stage in life, TOGS is a means for Old Girls to support each other in their post­school lives.

The Society enjoys a close relationship with the School and gives Old Girls opportunities to volunteer at Tangara, mentoring current students in careers, debating and sports coaching, assisting with courses, camps and school musicals.

TOGS Executive
President: Stephanie Jaucian (Class of 2001)
Vice President: Elisabeth Brown (Class of 1997)
Treasurer: Mary Broadsmith (Class of 2002)
Secretary: Josephine Faehrmann (Class of 2004)
Annual Dinner Directors: Isabelle Pintado (Class of 2010), Isabel Barrera (Class of 2012), Claudia George (Class of 2012).
Mother’s Group Directors: Mariela Summerhayes (Class of 2009)
Sports Director: Rosh Watson (Class of 2006), Anna Tudehope (Class of 2012), Alex Mackenzie (Class of 2012)
Community Service Directors: Jessica Abrams (Class of 2008), Tess James (Class of 2010)

Uni Coordinators: Melissa Faehrmann (Class of 2013), Isabelle Wall (Class of 2013)
Careers Directors: Jennifer Mak (Class of 2006), Dids Watson (Class of 2009)
Communications Directors: Bianca Barrera (Class of 2008), Vivienne Pintado (Class of 2014)

Media Directors: Francesca Perrottet (Class of 2011), Veronique Perrottet (Class of 2012)

Class Coordinators: 

1989 - Cristina Jesperson (nee Mestres)
1990 - Petrea Lambert and Anne-Marie Adamson (nee Cullen)
1991 -
1992 - Jane De Fina (nee Summerhays)
1993 -
1994 - Jess Doherty (nee Greenwell)
1995 - Theresa Kwok (nee Spinks)
1996 - Margaret Flitcroft (nee Instance)
1997 - Elisabeth Brown (nee Sorbara)
1998 - Olivia Denahy (nee Greenwell)
1999 - Emma Piaf Kroger (nee Lambert)
2000 - Anna De Souza (nee Graham) and Michelle Wijanco (nee Ash)
2001 - Stephanie Jaucian (nee Pintado)
2002 - Sarah Cullen (nee Saccasan)
2003 - Lucy O'Brien (nee Cannon)
2004 - Josephine Faehrmann
2005 - Natasha Doherty (nee Kerba)
2006 - Tamara Rajakariar and Mary-Louise James
2007 - Madeline Tudehope
2008 - Bianca Barerra
2009 - Claire O'Brien and Liba Vasquez
2010 - Isabelle Pintado
2011 - Francesca Perrottet
2012 - Jane Meney and Hannah Barham
2013 - Mafe Bravo and Isabelle Wall
2014 - Vivienne Pintado, Anna Vlastelica and Catherine Jaucian
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